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Faith Eldredge serves brother Joseph during Saturday night’s annual Dream Catcher Dinner.
Dream Catchers announced it will move its annual dinner and chili contest from October to September 19. Newly inducted Dream Catchers President Travis Eldredge hopes to spark a friendly rivalry amongst members of area law enforcement this year with many agencies planning to attend next month. “We...
After two months, and giving away more than 100,000 pounds of produce, Cameron FFA students will wrap up their free produce giveaway Monday. With Cameron R-1 School District students returning to class Thursday, FFA students will host one last produce giveaway next Monday and focus on distributing...
After two months, and giving away more than 100,000 pounds of produce, Cameron FFA students will wrap up their free produce giveaway Monday. With Cameron R-1 School District students returning to class Thursday, FFA students will host one last produce giveaway next Monday and focus on distributing...
A long-term solution to a reliable source of water may come at a cost for Cameron residents. Following a recommendation by Public Utilities Director Zach Johnson, the Cameron City Council will vote whether to increase water rates at its September 7 meeting after passing the item out of public...
Construction of a 28-mile waterline may get underway this fall if the USDA can fit the project into this year’s budget. Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen announced the city acquired the last of the easements necessary for construction of a 28-mile waterline from Cameron to the Missouri River,...
The Cameron Arts Council will again team with Cameron Missouri Main Street, Inc. for the second annual Fall Festival. Cameron Arts Council Board Member Gina Reed announced her organization will again join forces with the Cameron branch of Missouri Main Street, Inc. as the pair organize the event...
Jim Neely’s political career may be on hold in the near future as he was one of many local candidates who fell short of state office Tuesday night. Neely fell well short of unseating Gov. Mike Parson in Tuesday’s Republican Primary, capturing only eight percent of the vote, who former Cameron Mayor...
Cameron City Manager Steve Rasmussen outlines the budget.
Cameron Mayor Dennis Clark, Councilwoman Becky Curtis and former Mayor Darlene Breckenridge traded a few verbal blows while discussing the city’s $20,616,842 budget, which will go up for vote August 17. The barbs traded by Clark and Breckenridge focused on the $232,000 set aside in the budget to...
Less than two weeks from the first day of class, the Cameron R-1 School District announced the first major change to its reentry plan, requiring all students wear facial coverings.  The sudden change to its reentry plan came after consultation with Clinton County Health Department Administrator...
Cameron First Christian Church and the Community Blood Center joined forces for the Kansas City Royals Blood Drive Friday afternoon. Dozens filed through the First Christ Church foyer as part of Friday’s event, sponsored by the Cameron Optimist Club, where participants received a themed Kansas City...

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